When to go to India & Weather of India
India is so huge that climatic environment in the far north have slight relation to those of the distant south. Normally, the country has a three- environmental-season in a year –summer season, rainy season and winter season
Though October to April is usually the greatest time for holiday in India, North and Central India is dry till the monsoon arrives in July, and that time the temperatures reaches soaring centigrade of 45°C+.
Monsoon is never serious in Rajasthan so it is likely to take a trip here right through the summer months, and the benefit is the crowds are missing and the hotel prices considerably lower. The hill stations are at their busiest during the summer months nevertheless the sights of the mountains are often covered by low cloud.
The South is warm and additional humidity is there, with the monsoon arriving in June and then moves towards northwards.
When to go
Weather is a key feature in making up your mind when to holiday in India. You should know that weather situation in the north are dissimilar as compared to south.
The most pleasant time to visit most of the country is during the cooler period of November to around mid-February, although there are marked regional variations.